The now-dormant information and gossip web page Gawker.com was sold on Thursday to Bryan Goldberg, the founding father of Bustle and co-founder of Bleacher Report. According to CNN, the website online offered for not up to $1.five million. From the record: Goldberg based the sports activities web page Bleacher Report together with 3 other folks in 2005; in 2012, they offered it to Turner, which like CNN is owned by way of AT&T. He introduced Bustle, a web page taken with girls’s problems, in 2013. Goldberg addressed the Gawker sale in a Bustle interior electronic mail on Thursday, pronouncing the website online will likely be got “under a new holding company, separate from Bustle.”
“You are probably wondering what happens next,” he stated within the electronic mail, which used to be got by way of CNN. “The short is this — not much. We have no immediate plans to re-launch Gawker. For now, things will stay as they are. I’m very excited about the possibilities for the future of Gawker. I will share more in the months ahead.” The sale comprises an archive of masses of 1000’s of Gawker tales and social media accounts affiliated with the website online. Gawker Media used to be sold to Univision in 2016 for $135 million and renamed Gizmodo Media Group after the corporate declared bankruptcy, “the results of a criminal attack waged by the former pro wrestler Hulk Hogan that used to be secretly subsidized by Silicon Valley billionaire Peter Thiel, an established Gawker adversary,” stories CNN.